Unsaleables

​What Does Growth in Digital Coupons Mean for FSI?

As annual digital coupon spending approaches the $1 billion dollar mark, we must examine whether the CPG industry is experiencing a shift away from free-standing insert (FSI) coupons to digital coupons. If the landscape is changing to digital, we also must ask whether digital move volume like trusty FSIs, and whether the ROI (Return on Investment) is similar.

​​Loss Prevention: Unsaleables Causes and Solutions, Part 3

As we close this series on loss prevention and unsaleable products, we explore possible solutions owners, managers, and associates alike can begin implementing to bring about vast improvement. In part one, we presented a high level overview of the challenges related to the loss prevention of unsaleables. In part two, we zeroed in on how stock rotation, product dating, and product discrepancies can potentially exacerbate shrink and create consumer confusion.

​​Loss Prevention: Unsaleables Causes and Solutions, Part 2

Previously, we presented a high level overview of the challenges related to the loss prevention of unsaleables. Specifically, we examined how logistics, shelf life management, and the coordination between retailers and manufacturers all play an intricate role in reducing shrink. All of these factors can be small pieces of a larger problem or, on the positive end of the spectrum, small pieces of a larger solution when adequate changes and adjustments are made to facilitate loss prevention efforts.

​Loss Prevention: Unsaleables Causes and Solutions, Part 1

According to GENCO, unsaleables are products that are removed from the primary distribution channel. Although each has unique characteristics, unsaleable products can include customer returns, expired products, OS&D (over, shorts & damages), spoils, outdates, exceptions, warehouse damages, and deductions.

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